Book Review
Jeff Miller | Montreal publisher Drawn & Quarterly is now widely regarded as the best publisher of literary comics in the world. Let's take a look back on how they got there and what has made them so, so great.
Blog
babble book club | babble book club's newest selection is a double feature of graphic novels: 'It's a good life, when you don't weaken' by Seth and 'Fun Home: A family tragicomic' by Alison Bechdel.
Podcast
Between the Lines | A conversation on comics and social change with Jeet Heer, Sean Carleton, and Franke James with Chris Cavanagh.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Reactions to Steven Spielberg's film version of Tintin, The Secret of the Unicorn, have been intense, especially in Europe, where Tintin has been a cultural marker since the 1930s.
Podcast
Ellie Gordon-Moershel | An interview about 'The Femme Monologues,' the graphic memoir series written by Marusya Bociurkiw with graphics by Terri Roberton.
Book Review
Ellie Gordon-Moershel | Ellie Gordon-Moershel interviews Marusya Bociurkiw and Terri Roberton about their new graphic memoir series, The Femme Monologues.
Podcast
The F Word | What are these graphic novels you speak of? Ellie interviews writer Sarah Leavitt about 'Tangles,' her new and powerful graphic memoir of her mother's struggles with Alzheimer's.
Podcast
Judy Rebick, Bruce Campbell, Cathi Bond, Sam Raimi, Edgar Wright, Michael Cera, Elvis, JFK | Reel Women dig into the vaults to review two terrific cult flix: One -- a classic and the other -- brand spanking new!
Book Review
Kenk
Tara Quinn | In Toronto, Igor Kenk's name is synonymous with "bike thief." But a graphic novel about his life presents a more nuanced portrayal than any of the media coverage granted him. Excerpt included!
Book Review
500 Years of Resistance
Niranjana Iyer | Gord Hill's 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book sets out to retell colonial history from a Native American perspective. Excerpt included!
Book Review
Hipless Boy by Sherwin Tjia
Jessica Rose | Set against a backdrop of urban Montreal, The Hipless Boy is a collection of 45 semi-autobiographical short stories by Sully, the pen name of poet, graphic novelist and illustrator Sherwin Tjia.